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this straight. as soon as congress goes on break, we have paul ryan and eric canner hopping a maybe and going to take orders and meeting with the big boys in new mexico? is that the way it came down? >> that's the way it came down. somehow paul ryan found a route back to wisconsin that led through albuquerque, new mexico. and he and eric cantor who are arguably the two most powerful republicans in the u.s. house, john boehner's often the spectator, they got on this plane. they flew down to new mexico as soon as the house went out of sex. they checked in to one of the most elite resorts in the southwest which had been rented top to bottom by the koch brothers. here they are two of the most powerful people in congress sitting with two of the wealthiest men in america. a lot of the allies and other folks. and nobody who wasn't part of this behind closed doors meeting was allowed in. so when reporters came, they were block by security a mile away from the hotel. no one would acknowledge who was there. so it is really quite a remarkable thing. >> so why was there -- eric caber has been really been
as a.mbitioa. his budget to the right of paul ryan's budget would privatize both social security and medicare, raise tax es on middl income earners and paul is either unaware or unapologetic about his budget's impact on the middle class telling josh green i'm serious about making the party more inclusive and a party where every ethic group is welcome including trying to grow our party within the working class. josh green, i ask you first as the man who interviewed rand paul. how out of touch must the gop be if they think -- there's talk that this man not only may run as a presidential candidate but may succeed in winning the nomination. this is someone who wants to get rid of the enumerated powers act which would abolish the regulation of workplace conditions, the minimum wage. he wants to abolish the americans with disabilities act and he's previously opposed the civil rights act. >> he's a libertarian. what gives him shine within the republican party is he does have a certain kind of charisma. that's not always evident. i don't think it was evident in the clip we showed where h
paul ryan ran for presidency? >> in end, as you know, i was on your show talking about this. probably in statement studio in milwaukee. talking about the one of chief leaders of paul ryan fan club. i am supportive of paul ryan in just about anything he does, he is one of the courageous people in this cntry. but i'm staying focuses on 15, es on '14 and help paul keep his majority. that is where the reform is. neil: it would not matter you to, you like paul ryan, it would not preclude you from running because he is a good friend and someone you admire were running efficient presidency. >> that is something that too far to the future to talk about right now. i'm focused on next few years, what we can do in wisconsin help encourage other states to get our country going against by getting our states in right direction. neil: i failed. i thought i would get you tired. you would slip up and say something, but that did not happen. >> in the home of harley-davidson, i would love to be the president of harley-davidson motor company but i can not. neil: always a please ear thank you, scott walke
from new york democrat chuck schumer and we'll talk with house budget committee chairman paul ryan. plus analysis from the "washington post's" dan balz, author of the new book "collision 2012." peggy noonan of the "wall street journal." barton gellman of "time" magazine and the "washington post." david sanger of the "new york times," and cbs news political director john dickerson. a lot to cover, but it's what we do on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning again. well, we're getting more details this morning on why the government has closed those 22 american diplomatic posts across the middle east and north africa, and why they are taking so seriously the threat of a possible al qaeda attack. the travel warning that the state department issued last week for americans traveling overseas we're now told will remain in effect for the rest of this month. for the latest this morning, we're going toure cbs news homeland security security correspondent bob orr, who has been on this fo
from bruce springstein and usher to paul ryan, michelle obama, and women just like you. >> it's a combination of things that are very difficult. oddly enough, as americans we don't mind being challenged. we don't mind working hard. especially in this country, you're stepping it up and getting done and getting fit and staying fit. and that to me says i'm doing my job. dr. oz: can his breakthrough plan reshape your body? well, you say -- and you are famous for helping a lot of folks lose weight but you are argued that you are disappointd with dieters. why? >> when i think of the wrong things, focusing of looking good in that black dress for the reunion which is not about the big picture. what i do with my new food program or px it's focusing on the long term. you can think about 90 days from now but if you eat right today and exercise, you'll feed good today. dr. oz: come ofpblet as long as folks are losing weight. why do you care about the motivation? >> look, there's nothing wrong with looking good. that's part of the puzzle. i'm the first guy to lift up his shirt tat drop of
's not true. paul ryan ran for vice president of the united states of america. i did everything i could so he could never achieve that goal. he did everything he could so that i would never be in the majority in the house of representatives. yet after the election, he extended a hand of friendship and collaboration and unity. he said to me, luis, you're catholic, i'm catholic. we cannot have a permitted underclass of workers in the united states of america. that does not reflect our values as who we are. and he's working to get it done. and like him, there are dozens of other republicans that are ready to stand up. this is not a democrat or republican issue. look at the senate. in the senate, what was the first thing? there are 54 democrats in the senate. they're the majority. yet when you look at the proposal, billions of dollars were simply confiscated. you work ten year, you work 15 years, you work 20 years. you pay social security. gone. vanished. you cannot make a claim on any of those dollars. that didn't happen in 1986. under that immigration reform plan. that luis gutierrez. i worked
paul ryan is back. reaching out to members of the former team romney. tonight, the e-mail that has some political watchers asking if paul ryan wants to run again. perhaps this time at the top of the ticket? >>> also, a kidnapped teenager back with her dad after agents shot her suspected captor dead. a bittersweet reunion as we learn more about the deadly siege that set her free. >>> i'm harris faulkner. we begin tonight with a terror threat that prompted washington to take unprecedented precautionary measures around the world. those included closing embassies and consulates from north africa across the middle east all the way to east asia. then a global travel alert which remains in effect for all americans until the end of august. tonight, some signs things are beginning to return to normal. embassies like the one you see here in cairo are now back open for the first time in a week. in all, 18 facilities in operation again. two remain closed, though. one in yemen where the state department says there are, quote, ongoing concerns about al qaeda. the other in lahore, pakistan, which was
and doesn't take mitt romney or any other genius to point it out. >> let's listen to what paul ryan, the other loser in the last presidential campaign has to say about this. >> sure. >> you know, rather than sort of swinging for the fences and trying to take this entire law out with discretionary spending there are more effective ways of achieving that goal. we think we can do better by delaying the law. we've had votes to delay other parts of it. democrats have supported us in that so i think there will be a bitter strategy to actually achieve our goal if ultimately delaying it ultimately replacing obamacare. >> sam, what is your sense of paul ryan's effectiveness as someone within the republican caucus on the hill who can convince them on the way forward? certainly it's not as strong as his power is mott as great as it once was. >> yeah, but you have to imagine he still has a lot of sway in the house. he is the budget committee chairman. he has respect for authorizing the budgets around which the house republican conference coalesced and, you know, he's generally regarded as a, yo
weekend, of the olympic games, mitt romney announced paul ryan. he sat down with bob schieffer in a 60 minutes interview. let me share with you a portion of what governor romney said about the selection of paul ryan and his budget. [video clip] >> america has a choice, a very clear choice. are we going to continue to spend a trillion dollars more every year than we take in and passed that burden to our children? >> there's no question your campaign has been making this a reprimand of -- a referendum on barack obama. there are those that say you are making it a referendum on paul ryan's budget plan. >> that is the budget plan we are going to run on. ryan, whoselect paul is known for his budget, why walk away from it one day after announcing he is your running mate. a little baffling. it is one of those things that the did not think through that part of it as they made that decision. that was one of the biggest documents paul ryan put forth in 2012. guest: but they knew there was a political risk and picking paul ryan. is a risk ofre everybody on the shortlist. there is no perfect candid
poor people. and he's been joined by your friend paul ryan. he's been joined by eric cantor, majority leader of the house. you know they put money -- they bought into the medicaid. they put money into various mental illnesses. they put money into various food programs. governor kasich said as a matter of christian duty, to him, to him, he felt that he and his party should, yes, help the economic growth of businesses with tax cuts but they must do something for the needy. my friend the late great jack kemp used to call it helping the lost lambs. >> yeah. >> now, does that model work for you in wisconsin? >> 100%. every state's a little different. so what he did in ohio's different than what we're doing in wisconsin but i would totally agree with the premise of that. i want to move people from government dependence to true independence. give you a couple examples of that. what we did under even our medicaid without taking the expansion i took everyone living in poverty in my state for the first time in history, never been done before under democrats, everyone in my state living in pover
republican voters, christie ranks eighth. paul ryan comes out on top when it's republican voters. is this a sign of a divide in the republican party? what do you make of those kinds of numbers? >> the republican party often gets accused of not having a big tent but it seems to me we have more diversion in the republican party than anywhere else. i think we could fill 24/7 with the opinions of the republican party and couldn't fill half a segment with two democrats who disagree on any given subject. in the end, it's important. chris christie was elected by the people of new jersey and paul ryan is probably the intellectual one of our party. while we are accused of being inclusive, i think we are the best party and i think that is good for our party. >> what do you think about that, jamaal? do you think that having a good open debate as opposed to the democrats is a better thing? >> you can say they are having an open debate or you can say they don't have a vision that most people in america agree with and maybe the democrats have figured out a way to actually talk to the people in
in front of senator marco rubio, former governor jeb bush, senator rand paul, and congressman paul ryan. a wmur poll in new hampshire shows kristi leading in the primary also by the same 21%. senator paul is second at 16%. former governor bush at 10%. paul ryan and senator rubio round out the top five. before governor chris christie gets the republican nomination, he has to beat his democratic rival, new jersey state senator democrat barbara bruno. polls show him almost 30 points ahead. what would a chris christie presidential campaign be like? brad bliekl blakely smiling on e right. you worked for president george w. bush. brad, how much does he have to win by in november to potentially send a national message? what do you think? >> if you look at the polls as you suggested, eric, he will win handily because he's delivered. don't forget. new jersey is a blue state. he's a republican governor in a democratic state. he has to face a democratically-controlled senate. look at what he's been able to do showing bi-partisanship, balanced budget, creating jobs, taking on the teachers union. hi
president candidate paul ryan said there are more effective ways of stopping or delaying the healthcare law. but time is of the essence. they have to agree on the 2014 budget next month. as from october 1 on americans can start registering on this website to choose their health insurance. >> find information of the hospital and prescription. >> we expect them not only to defend the rule of law and support independent courts and ensure officials are accountable for society. as the times laid out in a document on wednesday. this is signed by 37 c.e.o.'s and entrepreneurs from sports companies and a headhunter to the founders of online retailers. they have hailed the bravery of such a stand saying he has other entrepreneurs who will follow their example as few russian businessmen dare to publicly show government support since one was sent to prison in 2005. as he waits for the logistical and financial support promised by the russian web figures the blogger is making no secret of husband presidential ambition and continues his campaign funded by online donation. following his release on parole.
: paul ryan has said a government shutdown to defund obamacare, not good politics. others suggesting it is good politics. where do you come down on that and where do you think the country comes down on that? >> the republicans have got caught preaching one thing, and doing another. they say they want to cut the government, defund obamacare. paul ryan ran for vice president on that one issue alone. but now when it comes time to put your money where your mouth is, they can't do it. all they know is what they have always known for the last seven years. we're against barack obama. and now they are fighting with each other. >> david: let's turn to the democrats. a big primary although polls show it not that close of race, but congressman rush hult has aired this ad. it suggest there is some infighting of the same kind in the democratic party. watch this. >> we need to pass a carbon tax to stop climate change. break up the wall street breaks, and stop the government spying on innocent americans. cory booker doesn't support any of these ideas. i approve this message because corey may be the
factor in the defeat. host: on the final weekend, of the olympic games, mitt romney announcing paul ryan. he sat down with bob schieffer in a "60 minutes" interview. let me share with you a portion of what governor romney said about the selection of paul ryan and his budget. [video clip] >> america has a choice, a very clear choice. are we going to continue to spend a trillion dollars more every year than we take in and passed that burden to our children? >> there's no question your campaign has been making this a referendum on barack obama. there are those who say you are making it a referendum on paul ryan's budget plan. >> i have my plan, and that is the budget plan we are going to run on. host: if you select paul ryan, who is known for his budget, why walk away from it one day after announcing he is your running mate. guest: it is a little baffling. it is one of those things that they did not think through that part of it as they made that decision. host: that was one of the biggest documents paul ryan put forth in 2012. guest: but they knew there was a political risk in picking paul
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at the time. and how we wish he was able to drop in on paul ryan. >>> and later, anthony weiner causing an incident for team clinton. i hav e low testosterone. there, i said it. see, i knew testosterone could affect sex drive, but not energy or even my mood. that's when i talked with my doctor. he gave me some blood tests... showed it was low t. that's it. it was a number. [ male announcer ] today, men with low t have androgel 1.62% testosterone gel. the #1 prescribed topical testosterone replacement therapy increases testosterone when used daily. women and children should avoid contact with application sites. discontinue androgel and call your doctor if you see unexpected signs of early puberty in a child, or signs in a woman, which may include changes in body hair or a large increase in acne, possibly due to accidental exposure. men with breast cancer or who have or might have prostate cancer, and women who are or may become pregnant or are breast-feeding, should not use androgel. serious side effects include worsening of an enlarged prostate, possible increased risk of prostate cance
new paul ryan elected but not yet even sworn in describing what he believes in, what philosophy he follows. and i must say, i don't think he's aged a day. take a look at it and you decide. >> is your philosophy that you should vote the way your constituents want because it is a democracy or is your philosophy that you vote what you truly believe and if your constituents don't like it, too bad? >> this is a great question and the question that i campaigned on. you campaign on a specific set of ideas and principles. that's what i campaigned on. i've campaigned on a very specific philosophy i believed in. having articulated the beliefs, you have the moral responsibility to act on the philosophy and what we need in washington. we don't need people following the winds of public opinion polls but fighting for certain principles they believe in. >> paul ryan still fighting for what he believes in. he'll be on "crossfire" and republicans and democrats show up to meet the stars of the future. peoi go to angie's listt for all kinds of reasons. to gauge whether or not the projects will be don
of representatives when paul ryan came to visit the blue city of chicago in which we held a town hall meeting together, and he has been consistently in support of comprehensive immigration reform and we've grown. whether it's valledo in california or webster, we've seen increasing support. there are many other members of the republican caucus ready to vote. look, the question isn't whether or not there are 218 votes. maybe not the senate bill but for comprehensive immigration reform with a pathway to citizenship and a broad pathway to legalization. that exists. this new rule, there's 234 republicans, 118 members have to first agree before 435 of us can vote? that's pretty antidemocratic, but as you suggest, i'm going to be out in virginia in goodlets district this coming sunday. i'll be with keith ellis in minnesota. the movement out there is growing. it's strong. it's broad. and it's very deep. and it's not going to take no for an answer. >>> congresswoman castor also mentioned that business is weighing in. in full transparency i have to say i work for a company that is very much in favor of
. paul ryan called me. >> really? ♪ magic wand >> he said i want to help with immigration reform. i said great, would you meet with us? we had a lovely meeting. we disagree on other things, and that's fine, but on this one, he really wants to provide some leadership here, and to be honest, you know, what he said was you have the grassroots movement. we've never had this immigration bill before. the grassroots movement that impacts, influences the political right and republicans, so that's a new factor in all of this, and so my hope always is we can find things that are moral issues that can cross political boundaries and bring people together as you say to do the right thing. this is a clear example of that. >> you say in the piece that republicans you spoke to said you guys represent a new factor in this debate. >> yeah, the white house says that, republicans say that, democrats, we met with the leaders, democrats and republicans in the white house. august resist is happening right now. remember what happened to health care around the august recess before, tea party, right wing groups t
where we get some good border security and that's what folks are looking for. >> one thing, paul ryan is putting his reputation on the line. there's no question about that. and he amounts to a lot. he carries a lot of weight. and i think part of the solution here, part of the solution has to be more visas. more brainiac visas, more student via sass, more low-income via sass. that's a key to get a good immigration reform bill. >> i agree with you. statistics prove exactly what you're saying a lot of these small businesses are started by these people who have these and do come to this country. i agree with gutierrez. you want stricter borders that's fine but there is to be pathway to citizenship. especially for the dreamers. wouldn't it be nice to have a bipartisan effort where this does happen. for optics so much of politics is optics. it would re-energize the country. >> i agree. i like the sound of that at least on that bill. but the restrictionists are out in full force in the republican party. no question about that. to sell them is going to be very difficult. my pal ann coulter wi
it was directly tied to paul ryan. so when the intern goes and talks about the campaign, telling the truth how they're really not interested in the weiner campaign, it's totally legitimate to tie the treatment of these women to the hillary campaign, which we're probably going to see happen in 2016. same standards on both sides. >> leslie? >> i totally disagree. katie, i'm so glad you read my column. you, my mom, some other people. >> no problem. >> in addition to, that look. mitt romney didn't lose the female vote because of binders or the phrase "war on women" whether you light or believe it or not. it's because of the republican stance on legislation, whether it's trying to overturn roe v. wade and come up with more restrictive areas of abortion. >> that's not true. >> whether it's trying to close clinics or having a war against planned parenthood. >> or not paying for birth control for sandra. >> and it wasn't just women. >> let me ask you this. >> there are others, african-americans and hispanics. >> the point here is it's a double standard between republicans and democrats. democrats whet
, take it away. >> tonight, congressman paul ryan is here. he says the president's grand bargain is a raw deal. what about the obama administration's big push to paint real problems as phony scandals? >> this administration is the least transparent in history. they're making it very clear that what they said they don't do. they deny, they deceive, they delay. >> whether it's about the attacks in benghazi and the talking points or revelations about conduct at the irs. the attempts to turn this into a scandal have failed. >> this has to stop. this is not a scandal. this is a national security failure where four brave americans died and we're doing nothing to bring the people to justice to understand how it failed. >> all of these scandals, he calls them they're not distraction, they're real. they detract from the reality of what happened to the country on the policies. >> fireworks over obama care because the price tag is going higher. some leading republicans pushing a new effort to fund the law entirely as we get more bad news on how much it will cost. it's hurting the people, the jobs, t
? >> it was disheartening to hear a paul ryan as a town hall this week answering a questioning and saying that boehner, the house speaker, has to bring the senate immigration bill to the house floor for a vote. i think that shared a lot of advocates of immigration reform and a sign of paul rein maybe another contender for 2016 taking a different tact saying voters want immigration reform and it is heated for the republican party to survive the national party and paving that way forward, a lot of pressure now on boehner between conservatives and folks like paul ryan who want to address this issue in a serious way. >> you make a good point there. did he learn enough to revise that plan and move ahead and look likej: a presidential contender. whether or not they are going to have to go back into another special session and the cost they are piling up however one republican state representative says wendy davis should have to pay for the special session prompted by her epic give filibuster's bill. he said the following. but isn't it really rick perry who decides on special sessions and that is how the def
entitlement reform that paul ryan is talking about. if you want to talk about one of the fundamental problems it's that we've had entrenched institutions strangling policy making increasingly for 30 or 40 year. and to clear that away you need big structural reforms and i think a big tax reform, a big entitlement reform would be at least gigantic things that would put us a little way in the right direction. i think republicans deserve some credit for some of that. >> gigantic but wrong but we can continue this argument later. >> woodruff: is that dancing around the edges or do you agree those could make a difference if they could get the democrats? >> nobody would be more excited than me to have a serious national conversation about fundamental tax reform. if there's something to fault the president on in this corporate proposal it's that we need to address individual taxes as well. and i would love to have a serious conversation about entitlement reform. i'm not sure i think paul ryan's approach -- it's big but it may not be the best way or the most economically sound way to do it. morally so
with the plan. i'd like you, anyia mallika, to take a listen to congressman paul ryan. >> you know, rather than swing for the fences in trying to take this entire law out with discretionary spending, there are more effective ways of achieving that goal. we think we can do better by delaying this law. >> so nia-malika, how much of a war is going on in the gop right now over how to deal with their enemy number one, the affordable care act? because they seem like a disunified force. >> they very much are. you had for instance the dean of conservative intellectuals, charles krauthammer say he feels like this is a fool's errand. he said it's suicide and the problem with suicide is that it is always fatal. that's what republicans are doing in this instance, they are in some ways holding themselves hostage. then you have some senate republicans, particular little paul ryan too saying this just isn't a good idea, but folks like ted cruz very much adamant in wanting to see this happen. marco rubio who, of course, in some ways compromised his conservative bone na fides by backing immigration. now he's sa
what he said. by weighing in, romney has lined up behind his former running mate paul ryan who has also come under fire from some conservatives for comments he made on sunday. >> it's just not that simple and easy. rather than sort of swinging for the fences and trying to take this entire law out, i think there are more effective ways of achieving that goal. >> some conservatives weren't fans of romney's remarks. red state blogger erick erickson tweeted this. i guess they're right about defunding obama care. romney says they're wrong. now, new ads, urging them to sign on to lee's letter. heritage foundation president, former senator jim demint, he's going on the road to push his idea of repeaing the law this way. something i spoke to him about yesterday. >> i think ted cruz and mike lee, rubio, others, are doing exactly the right thing to go out and tell the country that we need your help to stop this law. this is maybe our last chance to stop it because millions of people are going to be signed up. >> a warning for 2016, quote, my guess is everyone of the contenders would be better tha
have accomplished. and congressman paul ryan flatout called it a victory. a victory for whom congressman? certainly not the 57,000 children you just denied a chance for a better education. joining me now is kathy caster, democrat from florida. thank you for being here tonight. >> thank you. just over 1200 kids have been kicked off head start in florida. how do your colleagues defend this? >> this is very serious. the republicans insistence upon the sequester cuts, their refusal to negotiate the budget is having a real world impact on families all across the country. we know economists tell us that it's going to put us behind by over a million and a half jobs, but the real world impact in neighborhoods across america, all you have to do is look into the head start classrooms. to think over 1200 young children here in the state of florida will be impacted will not have the same opportunity they have before republicans insistence on the cuts. head start works. the consensus, that out there says if you concentrate on children at the early ages in preschool and give them the tools
, what paul ryan just said history is very clear that minimum wage hurts low-wage workers is exactly opposite. history is railroad clear on the point that moderate increases in the minimum wage, which is what the president has proposed and what congress ought to be considering right now have actually done exactly what it's intended to do, to lift the earnings prospectses of low wage work areas bit without hurting their employment prospects. we have lots of economic research, quite high quality because we've been able to measure the differences over time and between states, kind of a pseudo experimental approach so we can see how the minimum wage actually affects people's jobs. as i said, the benefits to low wage workers far outweigh the costs. if history is what paul ryan said it was, ask yourself why are they all out lobbying for a higher wage? they understand their economics way better than anybody in congress. >> the contrast is strike. when you look at the contrast between the rich and the poor, jared, it's staggering. since 1978, workers compensation has only risen 5%, while ceo
people improve their lives. let's take paul ryan, for example. he has no problem cutting assistance for poor people but he also offers no alternatives to those cuts. as he admitted to nbc news last week, he doesn't even have one. take a listen. >> i don't think we have a full fledged agenda yet. we need to do more listening with people who are in the trenches fighting poverty. >> this is a guy who by the way was on the campaign trail last year. so ryan held a hearing on the progress. war on poverty. and yet how many poor people do you think from the trenches were there? zero. here's the bottom line. o'reilly and the gop are a lot of bark but no bite. they attack these problems but they don't offer solutions. and by now, these problems have been built into the very structure of our society. to talk about this, i'll bringing in our two guests. thanks to you both. >> thanks for having me on. i want to start with the politics. the food stamps issue we've been talking about, the food stamps situation. the gop's plan is to cut $40 billion in cuts. $5.1 million eliminated from the program.
this week is to that chairman, congressman paul ryan. dear congressman ryan, it's me, melissa. look, it is a great thing that you had a hearing on poverty. that you asked whether we've made any progress on the war on poverty in the last several years. i'm glad that you had four experts on poverty programs, including our favorite nun on the bus, sister simone campbell. but you know what would have been a hell of a lot better, if you'd actually have heard from someone who is living in poverty. someone who's working and still struggling to feed and clothe her children and to afford health care. now, here's the kind of thing you may have heard from teana, describing her life on our show in may. >> it's not just depression or stress for an adult, it's very much on the minds of young children every day, and i don't understand how people with sit and sleep knowing that there's a child somewhere, 8 years old, 4 years old, worrying about, is my mom going to eat? >> so, you had the chance to hear her, congressman ryan, but you refused. only allowing representative barbara lee to enter tianna'
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